This brief summarizes the main themes from the EDUCAUSE Mobile Computing 5-Day Sprint, held April 25–29, 2011. This learning experience brought together presenters and hundreds of participants, who exchanged ideas and information via webinars, online conversations, Twitter, and blog posts. Here is the link to the document:
Over at the ECU Blog Blog I’ve added an article on making sure that your post and comment settings are handled properly now that we’ve entered Daylight Savings Time again. Be sure to read about how to update your WordPress timezone settings to ensure correct metadata for posts and comments.
I was recently invited to speak in Dr. Anuradha Mukherji’s Urban Planning class. She is getting her students to collect data and produce a map mashup to display the data. My role as guest lecturer was to talk about mashups, map mashups, and provide information and resources for someone wanting to produce a map with no programming requirements. Here is the slide collection I showed:
As usual when I get to speak about mapping, visualization, and data analysis, I was very excited to share the resources and lessons learned.
Shown via SlideShare, the following slides were presented at a March 18, 2001 Office of Faculty Excellence workshop. Professor Lee Toderick (email@example.com) and I co-presented on the topic of best practices for incorporating East Carolina University’s Virtual Computing Lab.
You can also watch the video of the presentation (requires ECU login).